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The Banking Tribe

Anthropologists spend decades studying the culture of obscure tribes in Africa and the Amazon but Dutch anthropologist Joris Luyendik tells Justin Rowlatt why he's decided to study bankers instead.

Anthropologists spend decades studying the culture and rituals of obscure tribes in Africa and the Amazon but Dutch anthropologist Joris Luyendik tells Justin Rowlatt why he's decided to study bankers instead.

Former trader Barbara Davis, turned novelist adds her insight into working in London's Square Mile.

While Angela Turner, a small and medium business advisor at the Royal Bank of Scotland explains how banking is not all fast cars and fine dining.

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Thu 29 Dec 2011 08:32GMT

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